Benefits of SQL Server and ERP for Enterprise Performance Scalability

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SQL databases have been running businesses for decades. Still some companies are using non-relational databases called "flat-file" data. These databases have limited size, functional restrictions, compatibility and reliability issues. Combined, they cost more to operate business and restrict enterprise scalability and performance.



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Tags: ERP Assessment, Enterprise Software, Enterprise Systems, Enterprise Sustainability

The Future of ERP: An Enterprise First Approach

Posted by Gerry Poe


ERP is embracing a new world of consumerized technology focused on the employees as enterprise' resource experts. Explore how an enterprise-first ERP can make use of social, mobile and cloud technologies to give workers the freedom and flexibility they desire to drive company productivity.



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Sustainable Manufacturing Plants Rock!

Posted by Gerry Poe


Manufacturing Sustainability Rocks
As cities continue to grow, as new alternatives are being developed manufacturing companies are working hard to improve their waste management processes. In a recent study conducted in 2008, Canada earned awards for municipal waste generated per capita. It seems as though all that room we had to dump our waste is no longer available, and thankfully there are revolutionary companies literally saving the planet one ton of recycled material at a time.



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Tags: Sustainability, Lean Manufacturing, Enterprise Sustainability

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